Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction 2019 Now in its seventh year, the 2019 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is accepting entries of creative, insightful fiction that engage with the theme fragments.
In order to excel on your PTE exam, it is important you not only understand the material but also familiarise yourself with the format of the PTE exam so you can be better prepared to handle the exam.
It’s time to dust off those short story ideas and enter some competitions in 2019.
) Entries must be unpublished, original and written in English.
: First prize of USD$1000, second prize of USD$750, third prize of USD$500.
Open worldwide, the competition is for writers who are currently without an agent, whether previously published or unpublished.
(Fun fact: Last year’s winner was an Australian writer, Adam Mc Culloch!Established in 1991, this Award aims to honour Banjo Paterson, and to foster writing with Australian content.Closes: 26 April 2019 Word limit: 3000 words (short story), 200 lines (contemporary poetry) and 1000 words for children’s short stories / 30 lines for children’s poetry.Closes: 29 March 2019 Word limit: 600 words Entry fee: AUD each entry Prize: AUD0 first prize, AUD0 second prize, AUD third prize.Also AUD for the Novice Writer Award and AUD for Judges’ Encouragement Award for Youth (12-17 years).Closes: 19 April 2019 Word limit: 200 words Entry fee: AUD Prize: AUD00 for first place, 0 for second place and 0 for third place.Banjo Paterson Writing Awards There are three categories for this Award: Short stories, contemporary poetry and ABC Central West Radio Children’s Writing Awards.Not only do you get to try your hand at a new creative challenge each and every month, the winning story takes home 0 in cash!Opens: 5pm (Sydney/Melbourne time) on the first Friday of the month Closes: 55 hours later (midnight, Sunday) Word limit: 500 words Entry fee: FREE Prize: The winner takes home AUD0 each month, and the shortlisted favourites are published on our blog.These opportunities are a great way to stretch your writing muscles and hone your craft.And who knows – you could win some cash for your words.